This video, via Ghost Money, captures a series of improvisations exploring the possibilities of the combination of a Trautonium with two AJH Synth Next Phase modules.
The Trautonium is a early expressive electronic musical instrument, invented around 1929 by Friedrich Trautwein. The design is monophonic (per manual), but allows for continuous pitch and volume control, allowing for expressive performance.
Here’s what Ghost Money shared about the performance:
“Improvisations using two of the rather excellent AJH Synth Next Phase modules I recently acquired. One for each manual/subharmonic generator.
Not intended as a module demonstration, just exploring some of the timbral possibilities and sharing with you.”